EKOR SOUP (Oxtail Soup)

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Ekor soup (Oxtail Soup) has been a top Sri Lankan Malay delicacy for decades and still is. Malays.lk will try our level best to keep Sri Lankan Malay culture & traditions alive and kicking. As one of the first from Malays.lk to our beloved malay brothers & sisters in Sri Lanka let’s see how to prepare a delicious bowl of Ekor soup (Oxtail Soup).

Ingredients Needed

  • 1Kg Oxtail (You can buy the cleaned oxtails from the local market)
  • 200g Tomatoes
  • 100g Carrot
  • 100g Beans
  • 100g Cabbage
  • 100g Potatoes
  • 100g Onions
  • 50g Celery
  • 1tbs Pepper
  • Salt to taste

Cooking Method

  • Wash the oxtails add water to cover and boil for about 3 to 4 hours until the meat is tender. (It can be pressure cooked as well)
  • Add all the chopped vegetables and cook for a further 10 to 15 minutes. Lastly add pepper & salt to taste.

TIP – If you wish to make the ekor soup thicker, mix one table spoon of cornstarch or floor in a little water and stir it in. Let it boil for another 10 to 15 minutes.

Malays.lk aims to bring together the Sri Lankan Malay community on to one platform, focusing on our shared cultural aspects that keep the ethnic group connected, such as history, cuisine,fashion, music, and language etc. In addition, the portal introduces channels via social media and blogs, which will create a more interactive dialogue among members of the community.

4 thoughts on “EKOR SOUP (Oxtail Soup)

    1. Slamat Hari Sdri. Sharmila Jurangpathy,

      Visit our website and register your self for our news letter (Registration option can be found bottom right hand side of the website)
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  1. maintaining a common web site it will be grateful to maintain the popularity of the community activities, their’re so many sites lack of updates just a banner with sl malay!!!

    1. Terima kasih for your thoughts πŸ™‚
      Yes indeed, and we make sure Malays.lk is not just another website with a banner saying sl malay πŸ™‚

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